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Click each link below for more information and program applications. SAFE hospital deation is not reviewed by the Office of Health Systems Management or added to the operating certificate but it is listed on the hospital profile. Note: Per Public Health Law i, every hospital in New York State is required to provide care to patients of sexual assault in the emergency department. Emergency departments are required to establish and implement policies and procedures for the treatment of rape victims; have procedures in place for contacting rape victim advocates; and, collect and maintain forensic evidence utilizing the New York State standardized evidence collection kits and procedures, including second kits for suspected drug-facilitated rape incidents, when appropriate.

See below for a list of service components regarding the treatment of sexual assault patients required for all hospitals. SAFE training programs are essential for any DOH-deated hospital program to establish a cohort of medical professionals who are prepared to conduct sexual assault medical forensic examinations, collect and preserve evidence, and present testimony in the prosecution of sexual assault cases. A hour didactic and clinical training course, which demonstrates to the Department the ability to provide training that meets the minimum standards and requirements, can provide training related to the Department's issuance of certificates of qualifications.

Visit IAFN for more information. For additional guidance on providing services to victims of sexual assault in the health care setting, refer to the U. The 'New York State Sexual Assault Victim Bill of Rights' must be provided to every presenting sexual offense victim before a medical facility commences a physical examination of a sexual offense victim, or a police agency, prosecutorial agency or other law enforcement agency commences an interview of a sexual offense victim.

The health care professional conducting the exam, police agency, prosecutorial agency or other law enforcement agency shall inform the victim of the victim's rights by providing a copy of this sexual assault victim bill of rights and offering to explain such rights.

When a patient has been sexually assaulted, the primary focus is on assessing the immediate health care needs and secondly, the collection and preservation of evidence. In addition, a Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault DFSA kit was developed to be used only in cases where there is a suspicion of a drug facilitated sexual assault.

DFSA kits must be used in conjunction with the evidence collection kit. To place an order, visit DCJS. Find out more information about how to own a copy here. Note: Accurately maintaining and ing for the chain of custody of sexual offense evidence is essential for the evidence to be useful in a court of law. A patient, family member, or support person should never be left alone with evidence or ever allowed to handle or transport evidence after it has been collected. Public Health Law i provides that all sexual offense evidence shall be kept in a locked, separate and secure area for 20 years from the date of collection unless the patient directs the hospital to surrender it to the police, the patient directs the hospital to dispose of the evidence, or for certain kinds of evidence, if the police request its surrender.

Hospitals are responsible for ensuring long term storage of the evidence until at least April 1, After April 1,responsibility for long-term storage of sexual offense evidence will be transferred to a new location. Also, between thirty and ten days prior to the transfer of evidence to the new storage location, hospitals shall make diligent efforts to notify the alleged sexual offense victim of the transfer of custody for the remainder of the year storage period.

The entire health care and evidentiary exam is conducted at the patient's discretion. The patient may withdraw consent at any time, or may choose to complete only certain parts of the health care exam, evidentiary exam, or health care treatment. Written, informed consent for medical care and HIV testing must be Lady want real sex NY New york 10037.

In addition, consent must be obtained for collection and storage of sexual offense evidence, including forensic photography. A ed consent for release of information and privileged evidence to law enforcement is required.

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The patient must also a release directing the hospital not to collect and keep privileged evidence, if the patient chooses not to participate in an evidentiary exam. New York State law provides for direct reimbursement to providers of forensic health care examination services. Reimbursement provides for the personal privacy of sexual assault patients and ensures that survivors are not billed for any forensic health care examination services, including a seven-day starter pack of HIV post-exposure prophylaxis. Forced sexual contact may result in pregnancy or exposure to human immunodeficiency virus HIVhepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections STIs.

Proper care should be provided immediately. Most sexually abused children who do not present with emergent medical conditions can be scheduled with an appointment at Advocacy Center CAC or with a medical provider. However, all children who are suspected of being sexually abused should have the opportunity for a medical evaluation and timely collection of forensic evidence by Abuse Medical Provider CHAMPSAFE-P, certified child abuse pediatrician, or a pediatric examiner.

For additional guidance on pediatric sexual assault patients, refer to the U. The DOH has established standards for rape crisis programs to train rape crisis or victim assistance advocates. Advocates who complete the training can, by law, provide confidential services to sexual assault patients. Hospital personnel shall advise sexual assault patients of the availability of services from a local rape crisis program, if any, to accompany the patient through the medical-forensic exam. If the patient wishes the presence of an advocate, the hospital shall contact the appropriate organization and request that one be provided.

A goal of the DOH's SAFE Program is to utilize an interdisciplinary approach by working with the local rape crisis program, law enforcement, prosecutors, hospitals, and other necessary serve providers to effectively meet the needs of the sexual assault victim and the community. SARTs help to achieve this goal by bringing parties together on a regular basis. If you are someone who has been sexually assaulted and you are seeking immediate assistance, please contact the New York State Hotline for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence at If it is an emergency, contact menu.

Yes Yes Provide quality medical care to the patient who reports sexual assault, including screening, evaluation and treatment. Yes Yes Maintain current protocols regarding the care of patients reporting sexual assault, and for the collection and storage of sexual offense evidence. Yes Yes Advise the victim of the availability of services provided by a local rape crisis or victim assistance organization, and secure such services as requested by the patient.

Yes Yes Seek the sexual offense victim's consent for collection and storage of privileged sexual offense evidence. Yes Yes Consistent with hospital protocols, conduct an evidentiary examination to collect and preserve evidence, in accordance with current forensic techniques. Yes Yes Ensure the quality of the collection, documentation and preservation of sexual offense evidence.

Yes Yes Discuss with the patient the option of reporting the sexual offense to the police, and, upon the request of the patient, report event to the local law enforcement agency. Yes Yes Promote staff opportunities for continuing education. Yes Yes Ensure and monitor for quality, conduct ongoing review and oversight of services provided through the hospital-wide quality assurance program for quality improvement purposes.

Use the drug facilitated sexual assault kit, where appropriate. Yes Yes Ensure that prophylaxis against pregnancy emergency contraception resulting from sexual assault is provided to the patient upon request without delay, unless the patient is already pregnant or the treatment is Lady want real sex NY New york 10037 medically contraindicated.

Yes Yes Maintain a supply and provide to patients, as medically indicated, prophylaxis for sexually transmitted diseases and hepatitis B. Yes Yes Maintain a supply of and provide an initial supply to patients, as medically indicated, of prophylaxis for HIV. Yes Recommended Deate a program coordinator to exercise administrative and clinical oversight for the program.

Yes Recommended Ensure that the program includes a cohort of specially trained individuals known as sexual assault forensic examiners SAFEs. Yes Recommended Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners on-site or on-call available to the patient within 60 minutes of arriving at the hospital, except under exigent circumstances.

Yes Recommended Maintain a deated and appropriately equipped, private room in or near the hospital's emergency department to meet the specialized needs of sexual assault patients. Accommodations must include access to a shower and be handicapped accessible. Yes Recommended Coordinate outreach activities in the community and with other hospitals to share best practices, provide training opportunities and promote the availability of the program, to the extent feasible. Yes Recommended Participate in regional and statewide quality assurance initiatives deed to measure program effectiveness and reporting requirements.

Peter's Hospital, St. Smith hofstra. Revised: June Your browser does not support iFrames. Provide timely, compassionate, victim-centered care that meets the health care needs of victims, provides emotional support and reduces further trauma to the victim. Provide quality medical care to the patient who reports sexual assault, including screening, evaluation and treatment.

Maintain current protocols regarding the care of patients reporting sexual assault, and for the collection and storage of sexual offense evidence. Advise the victim of the availability of services provided by a local rape crisis or victim assistance organization, and secure such services as requested by the patient. Seek the sexual offense victim's consent for collection and storage of privileged sexual offense evidence. Consistent with hospital protocols, conduct an evidentiary examination to collect and preserve evidence, in accordance with current forensic techniques.

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